Contact Information
  • Librarian: Chanitra Bishop
  • Location: Herman B Wells Library W121
  • Phone: (812) 855-8386
Additional Contacts
    • Librarian: Emily Okada
    • Location: Herman B Wells Library W121
    • Phone: (812) 855-1643
last updated: 4/26/2010

Graduate School

Below are just a few of the resources targeted specifically for graduate students that are available online or in the Career Reference Collection.

Career Reference Collection

Find a Copy in the Library
Choose a featured book from the Worldcat list below. Enter your zipcode if one doesn't appear. Select the "Indiana University" library link, which will take you to the book's IUCAT record (IUCAT is the library's online catalog).

Online Resources
CollegeSource Online
Search for colleges by name, geographic location or other criteria such as tuition, enrollment, or major. Provides profile, links to institution web site and PDF files of college catalogs.

Drew University's Guide to the Graduate Decision
Explains different types of graduate degrees, presents questions to consider, advice on choosing a program and the application process from long-range time tables to personal interviews. Choosing a Graduate Program
Articles address how to choose a school, types of programs, points to consider, distance education, and studying abroad.
Articles on choosing graduate school, getting in, surviving, and life afterwards. Many links to financial aid sources.

Kaplan's Guide to the Graduate Decision
Explains ways to decide if graduate school is for you and how to evaluate, plan, and prepare for graduate study. Includes information about the application process and financial aid.

Writing Essays in Graduate School
Sample essays and advice for medical, business and other graduate schools.

For free GMAT and other standardized test preparation, refer to the Standardized Test Preparation page.

last updated: 4/26/2010